Welcome to a Tale of A Thousand and One Nights
This is the tale of Hasib, the son of a wise man, who himself hadn’t inherited the wisdom of his well known father. As Hasib leaves his house to work with other lumberjacks of his village, he stumbles upon pots and pots of honey in a cave – and that’s when all his troubles begin.
After being tricked by his fellow villagers, Hasib finds himself trapped in a deep cave, where the Queen of Serpents appears before him.
And the stories begin
Derived from the tale of A Thousand and One Nights, the tale of Hasib is beautiful, enchanting and magical. Structured as stories within stories, we not only follow Hasib’s tale, but also the stories of other heroes, whose myths have been long forgotten.
This is a tale beautifully illustrated, with interesting and fairytale-like drawings that help transport you to a faraway place. True to the original telling, Hasib’s story is captivating and incredibly entertaining.
Hasib & The Queen of Serpents is a magical story that attracts the reader’s interest and is definitely worth reading. This graphic novel is recommended for all fans of the genre.